Carey Mercer's Frog Eyes are releasing their newest album, Paul's Tomb: A Triumph in late April. "Flower In A Glove" and "Lear In Love" are both lengthy and fuzz-rhythmic, Mercer's cries some distant cousin of Bowie's glamorous affect. There's remarkably unfinished or disassembled going on Frog Eyes, which I find both fascinating and frustrating, elated though impatient to get to the finish line.
"Flower In A Glove"
"Lear In Love"
From the press release:
05/22/10 Seattle, WA - Crocodile Cafe w/ Plants and Animals
05/23/10 Portland, OR - Holocene*
05/25/10 Santa Cruz, CA - The Crepe Place*
05/27/10 San Diego, CA - The Casbah*
05/28/10 Los Angeles, CA - Echo*
05/29/10 San Francisco, CA - The Hemlock Tavern*
06/10/10 Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry #
06/11/10 Madison, WI - The Frequency #
06/12/10 Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern #
06/13/10 Pontiac, MI - The Pike Room at Crofoot Ballroom #
06/15/10 Toronto, ON - Music Gallery Courtyard #
06/16/10 Ottawa, ON - Mavericks #
06/17/10 Montreal, QC - Il Motore #
06/18/10 Cambridge, MA - Middle East Upstairs #&
06/19/10 New York, NY - The Mercury Lounge #&
06/22/10 Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie #&
06/23/10 Washington, DC - DC9 #&
06/24/10 Columbus, OH - The Summit #
06/25/10 Bloomington, IN - The Bishop #
06/26/10 St. Louis, MO - Luminary #
* w/ Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
# w/ Pearly Gate Music
& w/ Beach Fossils
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